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5" PSA Sanding Disc Roll, No Hole 220 Grit Silicone Carbide, A475 Series, EA1
- Item # 11V267
- Mfr. Model # 66254487442
- UNSPSC # 31191506
- Catalog Page # 3346
- Catalog Group # H5933
- Shipping Weight 0.65 lbs.
- ItemPSA Sanding Disc Roll
- Vacuum Hole DesignNo Hole
- Disc Dia.5"
- GradeVery Fine
- Abrasive TypeOpen Coat, Stearated
- Abrasive MaterialSilicone Carbide
- Backing MaterialPaper
- Backing WeightB
- Discs per Roll100
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